The Bravo III 72 accordion is a chromatic accordion, perfect for solo or orchestra presentations. With 72 basses, 34 keys and three voices.
The Bravo III 72 accordion is a versatile and robust instrument for accordion players who need performance features equal to higher range accordions.
The Bravo III 72 is a chromatic accordion with 34 keys, three voices, seven registers and five tones that can be easily selected with the right hand, making this instrument easy to use, thanks also to its T-Keyboard mechanism.
On the bass side we have 120 standard basses, four standard voices and 3 recordings. The tone of the bass is rich, with an ideal presence for any musical genre.
The bass keys are designed to reduce wear and tear, and the piano keys have a mounting system specially designed to reduce noise. The Bravo III 72 has an appealing design thanks to the new appearance of the grill, and was built for intensive use.
This accordion is perfect for anyone who wants to play together, thanks to its presence and sonic versatility that make it stand out from the set or to play solo. It is also indicated for a more advanced learning of the accordion.
With the suggestions of teachers and students of accordion, Hohner reduced the weight of this instrument to the maximum, without removing the quality and the robustness: with only 7.4 kg are one of the lighter instruments of its class. The Bravo III 72 is an accordion made to last, keeping it effective even for musicians at more advanced levels of performance, for a long time.
Hohner is a German company founded in 1857 and one of the greatest references of musical instrument manufacturers in the world, specializing in accordions, electromechanical keyboards and wind instruments as harmonics. Hohner instruments are synonymous with German quality and precision.
The Bravo III 72 accordion also comes with comfortable straps and a soft bag, so you can carry it everywhere, from the study room to the stage. This model is part of a series of chromatic accordions that aims to extend the musical spectrum of this instrument, from traditional to classical music, or other more modern styles such as rock.